Category Archives: PT

Resource of the Week: Scooter Board Bungee Exercises

[Source: Sensory Digest] Thank you, Alexander Lopiccolo of Sensory Digest for sharing this free scooter board bungee webinar with us!   Watch it HERE


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Worth Repeating: The Life Skill More Kids With Special Needs Should Learn

[Source:  Love That Max] School officials in Jurupa Valley, California, apologized last week for having Patriot High School students in special ed sort through campus trash bins for recyclables. The activity was part of a functional skills program, which also includes doing … Continue reading


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Interview Tip: Don’t Forget the Follow-up

It may seem like your interview is over when you shake the employers hand, leave the facility and head home, but it’s most definitely not.   How you conduct yourself post-interview, can significantly improve, or ruin the impression you have made … Continue reading


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PediaStaff Interview Question of the Week: Why Do You Want to Work for our School District?

Why do you want to work for our school district? Here is a great question that definitely requires your advance preparation for each individual interview.   In general, you can answer most questions the same way throughout your job search. … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: 7 Questions to Ask Parents at the Beginning of the Year

[Source:  Edutopia] As a beginning teacher I knew that it was important to connect with parents and to build a positive relationship with them, but at times I wasn’t sure how to do this. Within the first week of school … Continue reading


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